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Empty i see is it as being empty. It is also a stretch we do in cheer we hallow out our body when we fly and tumble. It also reminds me of Winnie the pooh because he lives in a hallowed tree trunk. Or just being poor or living in a bad environment.
By Cheyandrea French on 05.01.2012
the hallowed halls of whs.
By justin kana on 05.01.2012
It reminds me of like a dead tree cause when it’s dead its hallow. To me its something that is empty in the center of something.
By yvonne chavez on 05.01.2012
When I was young, I was practically raised in church. I learned about God as I advanced in my years, and I respected the place and my family for having me be raised up in the church. The church was a very hallowed and sacred place for me, and every time I entered it, I felt that I should be respectful and sincere about my doings.
By Hannah on 05.01.2012
its a holy meaning like we set apart Sunday for church its our hallowed day
By ryan URL on 05.01.2012
this words means holy; sacred, or to set apart for holy or religious use; it also means for something to be kept sacred.
By Nicole on 05.01.2012
What is it that makes these hallowed halls echo? Is it the vacant brains waiting to be filled with knowledge, the empty shells open subservient to the masters who pour knowledge slowly into the offered recepticles? It could be the stone walls and floors and the tough shoe leather pounding up and down as the black gowns flair and billow behind.
By Meredyth URL on 05.01.2012
The hallowed saints were on there way to church.
The church is a very hallowed place for people.
By Paige on 05.01.2012
“The grounds of this home used to be considered hallowed ground, but there’ve been rumors of hauntings and other paranormal happenings around here since that old Adams fellow moved in. Strange things I tell ya. Innocent guy, but bad omens. Bad omens for sure..”
By Brandon Adams URL on 05.01.2012
Hallowed be thy named. Only time I’ve ever heard that word used. Don’t really know what it means. I don’t know what a lot of things mean.. I don’t know a lot of things. I don’t know what the future will hold. I dont really have to know right now. Whatever happens, happens I guesss? Because I don’t need to sit and ponder things I have no control over. I just need to relax.
By Mellanie N. Covell URL on 05.01.2012
an adjective deals with Christianity and other religion something sanctified. a church can be a hallowed place or sacred area. the Indians considered this ground to be Hallow since their ancestors are all buried here.
By River Rolston on 05.01.2012
sacred it something that is sacred to you god said hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven, give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. it is something he is holding sacried
By cheyandrea URL on 05.01.2012
The sacredness of something which is blessed or spiritual. The hallowed halls of a school, the hallowed space of worship. The hallowed mind which is only open to new things.
By Mike on 05.01.2012
The sacredness of something which is blessed or spiritual. The hallowed halls of a school, the hallowed space of worship. The hallowed mind which is only open to new things. It is only hallowed when the necessary requirements of the sacredness is allowed thus making it blessed or spiritual.
I love halloween. I’m sitting in science class. I’m really bored.
By Morgan on 05.01.2012
We hallowed out the log after we found it in the woods. Hallow is with no middle or inside.
By Laurie URL on 05.01.2012
I was told porkypines can float My gess is that their spines r hallowed.
By Trystan URL on 05.01.2012
He knocked on the old tree to see if it is was hallowed.
By Earthly URL on 05.01.2012
Hallowed means to clean out the inside so there’s nothing in the middle.
By aiyana URL on 05.01.2012
The tree was hallowed out by racoons.
By umberto URL on 05.01.2012
The tree was hallowed out by the squirrel who needed a home.
By Jeremy URL on 05.01.2012
A hallowed out log,
Animals may live inside,
So cool to live in.
By Daymon URL on 05.01.2012
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By candace on 05.01.2012
She said his name strangely, like it was being hallowed out by hate an disgust. He had betrayed her, she couldn’t trust him any more.
By Alix URL on 05.01.2012
Hallowed by thy name. Give us this day our daily bread, forgive our debts as we forgive our debtors. In and out of consciousness we sing, hallowed by thy name.
Oh, these hallowed grounds, these sacred steps these never to be repeated actions.
The myths we make of our ancestors, the boys in blue, our values and forefathers and those who were only human but now, oh now they stand taller than we ever can.
Let us not beat ourselves to death for the hallowed ground for the lost for the never real in the first place. Let us instead live now, in this moment, with kindness and hope and pray we can be better than we were.
By laurapacker URL on 05.01.2012
I entered the hallowed halls of the court of the King of the North, and found myself in awe of the rich, ornate furnishings throughout.
By Ahnnyeong haseyo URL on 05.01.2012
when I see the word hallowed I think of halloween which makes me think of candy or it also makes me think about a tree with know insides so a squirrl can live there to keep its nuts in!!
By Hollie on 05.01.2012
I dont know waht it means… but maybe it just means that theres nothing in it. I honestly dont know.. Ihave no idea. By me
By Kayley Johnson on 05.01.2012
Hallowed. To me Hallowed means like to worship something or something, and It is said a lot in the Bible. Hallowed. Hallowing someone must mean to like if you’re Hallowing God then you’re praising him. Hallowed. I hallow God every time I go to church, and more, I guess? Is that what hallowed means? Hallowed… Hallowed…. It’s a funny word.
By Alisha Rothrock on 05.01.2012
empty, nothing inside of it, full of nothing, a tree, a log,
By Darien Hammans on 05.01.2012
The tree was hallowed out from the termites that lived in it. Wait is this even a word???? im confused
By Mr.Chadd URL on 05.01.2012
hallowed. (i think) is like a hollow log but i dont know exactly what it means. Maybe like a hollow log or hollow pole.
By minecraftplayer101 URL on 05.01.2012
jake has a hollowed brain he is the stupidest person on the face of the earth.
By jdogg URL on 05.01.2012
I think it means something is empty.
Example: The log is hallowed out.
By Brittany Lyons on 05.01.2012
a tree trunk is now hallowed i think
By embell URL on 05.01.2012
I think of it as being empty. like hallow
By Triston Potts on 05.01.2012
Hallowed I don’t know!!!!!!! So scary!! Hahahahahahahahahaha(:!!!(:(:
By vb4life URL on 05.01.2012
it sounds like it means like a tree almost or it seems to be like a hallowed boat or even like a hallowed dog i think that’s what it means to me. i guess never heard of it before.
By Brooklyn on 05.01.2012